Friday, March 17, 2017

Will WH now apologize to GCHQ for hack of Clinton by the murdered "Spy In Bag" Gareth Williams?

Source: The Telegraph

US makes formal apology to Britain after White House accuses GCHQ of wiretapping Trump Tower

By Steven Swinford, Deputy Political Editor
17 March 2017 • 12:48pm

The US has made a formal apology to Britain after the White House accused GCHQ of helping Barack Obama spy on Donald Trump.

Sean Spicer, Mr Trump's press secretary, repeated a claim on Thursday evening – initially made by an analyst on Fox News - that GCHQ was used by Mr Obama to spy on Trump Tower in the lead-up to last November's election.

The comments prompted a furious response from GCHQ, which in a break from normal practice issued a public statement: "Recent allegations made by media commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano about GCHQ being asked to conduct 'wiretapping' against the then president-elect are nonsense. They are utterly ridiculous and should be ignored."

Intelligence sources told The Telegraph that both Mr Spicer and General McMaster, the US National Security Adviser, have apologised over the claims. "The apology came direct from them," a source said.

General McMaster contacted Sir Mark Lyall Grant, the Prime Minister's National Security adviser, to apologise for the comments. Mr Spicer conveyed his apology through Sir Kim Darroch, Britain's US ambassador.

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8 comments:

  1. Barack Obama to spend a month in French Polynesia. https://www.yahoo.com/news/barack-obama-spend-month-french-polynesia-061430706.html France’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development (MAEDI) has refused a request by the Paris Legal Attache of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to interview former President Barack Obama who fled to the French Polynesian island of Tahiti while being pursued by investigators from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the US Department of the Treasury (DoT) seeking to interview him about one of the largest drug busts in American history occurring in the Caribbean aboard a fishing vessel named the Lady Michelle Barack Obama lands in Hawaii and reunites with Michelle for dinner one day after having lunch with Warren Buffett in Omaha and then flying into Silicon Valley for a sleepover and morning tech panel

    Barack Obama left New York City and flew to Omaha, Nebraska, where on Sunday he had lunch with billionaire Berkshire Hathaway head Warren Buffett
    The two were joined by Warren's philanthropist daughter Susie, who told a reporter asking for details about the meeting: 'The three of us ate lunch'
    After dining on a taco salad at Happy Hollow Country Club, which Warren paid for, Barack took off for Silicon Valley
    On Monday he spent the day at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose meeting with executives from the tech world
    Barack was then back on the plane and heading off to Hawaii, where he landed on Monday evening
    That same night he grabbed dinner at Buzz’s Lanikai with wife Michelle


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    Buffet ........http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4313280/Barack-Obama-gets-lunch-Warren-Buffet.html Hillary Clinton is now aiding the President Trump administration—and who after being interviewed by FBI agents last week about the CIA’s drug operation, received an “unexpected gift” when US Attorney General Jeff Sessions then sided with Clinton in a US Federal Court asking them not to pursue any more emails from her. DID CLINTON BLOW THW WHISTLE TOSAVE THAT HUMUNGOUS BUTT OF HERS ? http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2263.htm tHEY WANT HIM TO RUN FOR fRENCH PRESIDENT .??

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  2. GETTING RID OF WITNESSES ??President Obama included a large number of drug offenders serving multiple years in his pardoning docket. One such man was 31-year-old Demarlon Thomas. Thomas was pardoned in November of 2016 after being sentenced to 19 years after being sentenced for distributing cocaine. Thomas was a former Sunny Side Gang member, according to Kaiser. He was busted in one of the biggest drug busts in Saginaw, known as “Operation Sunset.”

    In 2008, he was sentenced to 19 years in prison for the distribution of five grams or more of cocaine. The operation effectively ended the Sunny Side Gang

    The young man had begun serving out the rest of his probation in a Saginaw, MI halfway house when two men broke into the home, held over a dozen people hostage and executed Thomas before escaping. No one else was injured and the police are still seeking the assailants.http://www.redstate.com/kiradavis/2017/01/25/drug-offender-pardoned-obama-shot-dead-michigan-upon-release/

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  3. NEVER APOLOGIZE!

    The Brits didn't deny anything - just said the charges are "ridiculous and should be ignored." Read between the lines. McMaster really sucks and needs to go find a new job along with Mattis. Trump needs to purge all these Obamaphiles. Who recommended them in the first place and fire him/her, too.

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  4. BUT HEDID SAY AT THE END IT COULD BE WORTH INVESTIGATING . You can seee how most of the media is very pro UK . nEVER SAYS A BAD WORD ABOUT THEM .

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  5. YEAH I THINK THE HEADLINE IS PROPAGANDA , I DIDNT HEAR ANYTHING THAT STATED THE HEADLINE AT ALL . ROTHSCHILD MEDIA .

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  6. George Bush, the old man, pardoned Karzais brother for 7 kilos heroin. Out of prison and "reformed" went home to be in charge of road security in Afghanistan. I see he is still not in jail and media not doing much to reign in such criminal waste. Do we really need heroin addiction in every town? I guess though nasty name calling can be useful but is it really getting the things done that are obviously glaringly in need of addressing soon?

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  7. On Monday, March 6, police were given the go-ahead to keep stealing from Americans who were innocent of any wrongdoing.

    In refusing to hear a challenge to Texas’ asset forfeiture law, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed Texas police to keep $201,000 in ill-gotten cash primarily on the basis that the seized cash—the proceeds of a home sale—was being transported on a highway associated with illegal drug trade, despite any proof of illegal activity by the owner. Asset forfeiture laws, which have come under intense scrutiny and criticism in recent years, allow the police to seize property “suspected” of being connected to criminal activity without having to prove the owner of the property is guilty of a criminal offense.

    On April 1, 2013, James Leonard was driving with a companion, Nicosa Kane, on U.S. Highway 59 in Texas when the vehicle was stopped by a state police officer for allegedly speeding and following another vehicle too closely. A subsequent search of the vehicle disclosed a safe in the trunk, which Leonard explained belonged to his mother, Lisa Leonard, and contained cash. When the police officer contacted Lisa Leonard, she confirmed that the safe’s contents belonged to her, that the contents constituted personal business, and that she would not consent to allowing the officer to open the safe. After police secured a search warrant, the safe was opened and found to contain $201,000 and a bill of sale for a home in Pennsylvania.

    Neither the Leonards nor Kane were found to be in possession of illegal drugs. However, the state initiated civil forfeiture proceedings against the $201,100 on the ground that it was substantially connected to criminal activity because Highway 59 is reputed to be a drug corridor. At trial, Lisa Leonard testified that the money was being sent to Texas so that she could use it to purchase a home for her son and Kane. Both the trial and appeals courts affirmed the authority of state officials to seize and keep Leonard’s funds under the state’s asset forfeiture law, basing their ruling on wholly circumstantial evidence and the reputation of Highway 59. Leonard then asked the U.S. Supreme Court to compel Texas to return her money, given that she was innocent of any crime. In refusing to hear the case on a technicality, the Supreme Court turned its back on justice and allowed the practice of policing for profit to continue. You would expect Trump to jump in on this and make an iissue of it given anti corruption was his mantra in the election , but he didn't . It doesnt get more corrupt than this /

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  8. As usual . The FBI has also been getting in on the photo-sharing gig, only its agents have been distributing child porn, allegedly in an effort to catch consumers of child porn. Curiously, the Department of Justice has opted to drop its case against a man accused of child pornography rather than be forced to disclose the FBI’s tactics for spying on suspected child porn consumers and entrapping them as part of its Operation Pacifier sting. What the case revealed was that for a little while, in its single-minded pursuit of lawbreakers, the FBI became a lawbreaker itself as the largest distributor of child pornography. All told, the FBI uploaded tens of thousands of images of child pornography to the “dark web.”https://www.newsbud.com/2017/03/16/rule-by-thieves-one-week-in-the-life-of-the-american-kleptocracy/ they will never stop this kind of corruption .

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